History UsefulNotes / AlbertEinstein

24th May '16 8:19:32 PM Willbyr
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* In ''Literature/TalesOfMU'', Einstein's quote "God does not play dice with the universe" is referenced during a discussion on whether or not there's a god of magic (which leads to the inevitable [[RandomNumberGod comparison to rolling dice]]).
22nd May '16 12:36:24 PM erforce
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* In ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', Dr. Peter Venkman tries to tell Dr. Ray Stanz that being fired from their university research positions won't be bad because "Einstein did his greatest stuff while he was working as a patent clerk.", but Ray retorts [[AnalogyBackfire "Do you know how much a patent clerk earns?!"]]

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* In ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'', Dr. Peter Venkman tries to tell Dr. Ray Stanz that being fired from their university research positions won't be bad because "Einstein did his greatest stuff while he was working as a patent clerk.", but Ray retorts [[AnalogyBackfire "Do you know how much a patent clerk earns?!"]]
17th Mar '16 1:41:30 AM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/ThreeDaysToNever'', the protagonist finds a mysterious object in his grandmother's garden shed, which various sinister forces will do anything to get their hands on: a working time machine created by Albert Einstein himself. The backstory also involves Einstein's daughter Lieserl and a time-displaced clone of ol' Albert.
17th Mar '16 1:37:16 AM PaulA
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* ComicBook/LexLuthor considers Einstein one of his idols, and refuses to commit any acts of evil on his birthday.

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* [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] ComicBook/LexLuthor considers Einstein one of his idols, and refuses to commit any acts of evil on his birthday.




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* Jor-El mentions in ''Film/SupermanReturns'' that out of all Earth scientists, maybe Einstein is the only one who "understands".



* Appears playing poker with Data, Isaac Newton, and Creator/StephenHawking (played by the ''real'' Stephen Hawking) in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Descent: Part I", via use of the Holodeck:
-->'''Einstein''': The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. Hm? All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change the cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing. And you will lose!\\
'''Hawking''': Wrong again, Albert. [''reveals four-of-a-kind'']

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* Appears ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
** Einstein appears
playing poker with Data, Isaac Newton, and Creator/StephenHawking (played by the ''real'' Stephen Hawking) in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' in episode "Descent: Part I", via use of the Holodeck:
-->'''Einstein''': --->'''Einstein:''' The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. Hm? All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change the cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing. And you will lose!\\
'''Hawking''': '''Hawking:''' Wrong again, Albert. [''reveals four-of-a-kind'']''[reveals four-of-a-kind]''



** The story "Time and the Rani".

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** The story In "Time and the Rani".Rani", the Rani kidnaps a bunch of Earth geniuses, including Einstein. They spend most of the story in a coma, then get herded into the TARDIS for a trip home, where the Doctor has to discourage Einstein from fiddling with things to find out how they work.



* In ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Meltdown", he's a wax droid.
* Jor-El mentions in SupermanReturns that out of all Earth scientists, maybe Einstein is the only one who "understands".

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* In The ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Meltdown", he's features a wax droid.
* Jor-El mentions in SupermanReturns that out
"wax droid" museum with android replicas of all Earth scientists, maybe Einstein is the only one who "understands".
various celebrities, including Einstein.



** In another cartoon, he and ThomasEdison are on ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''. The third contestant (who has a score of negative-100, in comparison to the high scores of his two opponents), says, "Listen, I know the game is almost over, but just for the record, I don't think my buzzer was working properly."

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** In another cartoon, he and ThomasEdison UsefulNotes/ThomasEdison are on ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''. The third contestant (who has a score of negative-100, in comparison to the high scores of his two opponents), says, "Listen, I know the game is almost over, but just for the record, I don't think my buzzer was working properly."



* Like Dexter, fellow boy-genius [[TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]] admires Einstein. In one episode he was inspired to be a model hall monitor after finding out from his principal that Einstein was a hall monitor as a kid. It was later reviled that the hall monitor that his principal was talking about was actually [[spoiler: the principal's sister, Eunice, who looks like Einstein.]]

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* Like Dexter, fellow boy-genius [[TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'': Jimmy Neutron]] Neutron admires Einstein. In one episode he was inspired to be a model hall monitor after finding out from his principal that Einstein was a hall monitor as a kid. It was later reviled that the hall monitor that his principal was talking about was actually [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the principal's sister, Eunice, who looks like Einstein.]]Einstein]].



* One episode of the cartoon ''The Mummy'' (a spin-off of Film/TheMummyTrilogy films) has Imhotep kidnap Einstein to help him decode the Scrolls of Thebes.

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* One episode of the cartoon ''The Mummy'' (a spin-off of Film/TheMummyTrilogy films) ''WesternAnimation/TheMummyTheAnimatedSeries'' has Imhotep kidnap Einstein to help him decode the Scrolls of Thebes.
17th Mar '16 1:23:07 AM PaulA
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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert'', Einstein builds a time machine shortly after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and uses it to go back in time and [[strike: kill]] remove Adolf Hitler from time long before the war. [[AlternateHistory It worked]]. [[HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct Sort of]].
* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', set after the original time travel event, the Russians use a new time machine to erase Einstein in 1927, before the original time travel event, but after Einstein removed Hitler from time itself (1924).

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* He appears at the cover of one of the science books Sven looks at in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDCE73Stargazer'' alongside another one with Creator/StephenHawking.

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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert'', ''ComicBook/{{Powers}}'', Christian Walker goes to Albert to show off his powers and, hopefully, finally understand why he has them and how they work. Einstein builds a time machine shortly after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and uses it to go back in time and [[strike: kill]] remove Adolf Hitler from time long before cannot explain them, but [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped his speech about the war. [[AlternateHistory It worked]]. [[HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct Sort of]].
true nature of science is a thing of beauty to behold]].
* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', set after the original time travel event, the Russians use a new time machine to erase ''ComicBook/TalesDesignedToThrizzle'' he and MarkTwain are [[BuddyCopShow Buddy Cops]].
* ComicBook/LexLuthor considers
Einstein in 1927, before the original time travel event, but after Einstein removed Hitler from time itself (1924).one of his idols, and refuses to commit any acts of evil on his birthday.

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-->'''Albert Einstein:''' "What she needs is to go out with someone like you. The problem is...she would never go out with someone like you.
-->'''Ed Walters:''' "Well that's easy, just lend me your brain for a couple of days. (beat) "What?"
-->'''Albert Einstein:''' "Are you thinking what I am thinking?"
-->'''Ed Walters:''' "What would be the odds of that happening?"
* Appears playing poker with Data, Isaac Newton, and Creator/StephenHawking (played by the ''real'' Stephen Hawking) in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Descent: Part I", via use of the Holodeck:
-->'''Einstein''': The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. Hm? All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change the cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing. And you will lose!\\
'''Hawking''': Wrong again, Albert. [''reveals four-of-a-kind'']
** Einstein also appeared as a hologram in "The Nth Degree", working with the [[FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome then-hyper-intelligent]] Reg Barclay.
* ''Einstein & Eddington'', in which Einstein is played by Andy Serkis (i.e. Gollum)
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': Dexter himself praises and cherishes Albert Einstein so much, he even has a poster of of him in his room.
* Like Dexter, fellow boy-genius [[TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]] admires Einstein. In one episode he was inspired to be a model hall monitor after finding out from his principal that Einstein was a hall monitor as a kid. It was later reviled that the hall monitor that his principal was talking about was actually [[spoiler: the principal's sister, Eunice, who looks like Einstein.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', Einstein masqueraded as a Texan used car salesman named Big Al because the pay was better and he felt more accepted by the community.
* The Creator/SteveMartin play ''Picasso At The Lapin Agile'', about an imagined meeting between Einstein and Creator/PabloPicasso.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', the Warners come to sell cookies to Einstein, and end up [[EurekaMoment inspiring him to write the Mass-Energy Conversion formula.]]
* Similarly There is a ''[[Comicstrip/TheFarSide Far Side]]'' cartoon about Einstein's EurekaMoment.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Powers}}'', Christian Walker goes to Albert to show off his powers and, hopefully, finally understand why he has them and how they work. Einstein cannot explain them, but [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped his speech about the true nature of science is a thing of beauty to behold]].

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-->'''Albert Einstein:''' "What What she needs is to go out with someone like you. The problem is...she would never go out with someone like you.
-->'''Ed
you.\\
'''Ed
Walters:''' "Well Well that's easy, just lend me your brain for a couple of days. (beat) "What?"
-->'''Albert
''[beat]'' What?\\
'''Albert
Einstein:''' "Are Are you thinking what I am thinking?"
-->'''Ed
thinking?\\
'''Ed
Walters:''' "What What would be the odds of that happening?"
* Appears playing poker with Data, Isaac Newton, and Creator/StephenHawking (played by the ''real'' Stephen Hawking) in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Descent: Part I", via use of the Holodeck:
-->'''Einstein''': The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. Hm? All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change the cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing. And you will lose!\\
'''Hawking''': Wrong again, Albert. [''reveals four-of-a-kind'']
** Einstein also appeared as a hologram in "The Nth Degree", working with the [[FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome then-hyper-intelligent]] Reg Barclay.
* ''Einstein & Eddington'', in which Einstein is played by Andy Serkis (i.e. Gollum)
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': Dexter himself praises and cherishes Albert Einstein so much, he even has a poster of of him in his room.
* Like Dexter, fellow boy-genius [[TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]] admires Einstein. In one episode he was inspired to be a model hall monitor after finding out from his principal that Einstein was a hall monitor as a kid. It was later reviled that the hall monitor that his principal was talking about was actually [[spoiler: the principal's sister, Eunice, who looks like Einstein.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', Einstein masqueraded as a Texan used car salesman named Big Al because the pay was better and he felt more accepted by the community.
* The Creator/SteveMartin play ''Picasso At The Lapin Agile'', about an imagined meeting between Einstein and Creator/PabloPicasso.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', the Warners come to sell cookies to Einstein, and end up [[EurekaMoment inspiring him to write the Mass-Energy Conversion formula.]]
* Similarly There is a ''[[Comicstrip/TheFarSide Far Side]]'' cartoon about Einstein's EurekaMoment.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Powers}}'', Christian Walker goes to Albert to show off his powers and, hopefully, finally understand why he has them and how they work. Einstein cannot explain them, but [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped his speech about the true nature of science is a thing of beauty to behold]].
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* In the ''Literature/HeecheeSaga'' future, Robinette Broadhead has an A.I. created to be Einstein. Every single writing by and about Einstein is used to create an A.I. as close to the real thing as possible. This [[HeroicBSOD creates a problem later on]] when the A.I. discovers that God really does play dice with the universe.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The story "Time and the Rani".
** Creator/MattSmith has written fanfic featuring Eleven and Einstein. A bunch of Who fans are demanding to be allowed to read it.
** A short episode written by a contest-winning kid revealed that he and The Doctor are engaged in a prank war, filching one another's petty (and occasionally not so petty) possessions for no adequately explained reason.



* [[InNameOnly But not]] ''WesternAnimation/LittleEinsteins''.
* Implied in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' that he stole the Relativity theory from someone named "Smith". It is implied he savagely beat poor Smith to death. He also beat up God to steal the secret of Shrinky-Dinks.
* In ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Meltdown", he's a wax droid.
* In ''ComicBook/TalesDesignedToThrizzle'' he and MarkTwain are [[BuddyCopShow Buddy Cops]].
* The song "Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)" by Music/CountingCrows, which is about the guilt for his part in designing nuclear weapons.
* The song "Albert Einstein - Everything Is Relative" by Silicon Dreams, which is about, eh, every wrong trope they could apply, as already the title hints.



* ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'':
** In one cartoon, a frustrated-looking Einstein is leaning on a blackboard where several incorrect versions of his Theory of Relativity are written, all with a wrong number in place of the 2. Behind him a maid has just cleaned his counter, and he turns as she says, "There we go, everything's squared away, all ''squaaaared'' away."
** In another cartoon, he and ThomasEdison are on ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''. The third contestant (who has a score of negative-100, in comparison to the high scores of his two opponents), says, "Listen, I know the game is almost over, but just for the record, I don't think my buzzer was working properly."
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Plucky convinces Shirley to channel Einstein's genius into him so he can pass a hard math test. (Plucky doesn't find out until it's too late that Einstein ''flunked'' math in grade school, which Shirley tells him later.)
* One episode of the cartoon ''The Mummy'' (a spin-off of Film/TheMummyTrilogy films) has Imhotep kidnap Einstein to help him decode the Scrolls of Thebes.



* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'' features Einstein slinging verses with Creator/StephenHawking.
* In the short story ''The Old Man And C'' by Sheila Finch, Einstein [[RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman became a violin teacher instead]]. A master violin teacher with world-famous students, but he's troubled in his old age by the feeling that he ''really'' should have been doing something else with his life.
* ComicBook/LexLuthor considers Einstein one of his idols, and refuses to commit any acts of evil on his birthday.
* Jor-El mentions in SupermanReturns that out of all Earth scientists, maybe Einstein is the only one who "understands".
* In ''WebComic/TheUnspeakableVaultOfDoom'', Einstein was spared from becoming [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhoo's ]]snack because Nyarly had plans to use him on the Manhattan Project.
* ''Videogame/{{Tropico}} 5'' features [[http://finalstage.es/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/abraham-zwestein-tropico-5.png Abraham Zweinstein]], a Central European physicist who flees to America and develops a new, terrible weapon.




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* In the ''Literature/HeecheeSaga'' future, Robinette Broadhead has an A.I. created to be Einstein. Every single writing by and about Einstein is used to create an A.I. as close to the real thing as possible. This [[HeroicBSOD creates a problem later on]] when the A.I. discovers that God really does play dice with the universe.
* In the short story ''The Old Man And C'' by Sheila Finch, Einstein [[RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman became a violin teacher instead]]. A master violin teacher with world-famous students, but he's troubled in his old age by the feeling that he ''really'' should have been doing something else with his life.

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* Appears playing poker with Data, Isaac Newton, and Creator/StephenHawking (played by the ''real'' Stephen Hawking) in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Descent: Part I", via use of the Holodeck:
-->'''Einstein''': The uncertainty principle will not help you now, Stephen. Hm? All the quantum fluctuations in the universe will not change the cards in your hand. I call. You are bluffing. And you will lose!\\
'''Hawking''': Wrong again, Albert. [''reveals four-of-a-kind'']
** Einstein also appeared as a hologram in "The Nth Degree", working with the [[FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome then-hyper-intelligent]] Reg Barclay.
* ''Einstein & Eddington'', in which Einstein is played by Andy Serkis (i.e. Gollum)
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** The story "Time and the Rani".
** Creator/MattSmith has written fanfic featuring Eleven and Einstein. A bunch of Who fans are demanding to be allowed to read it.
** A short episode written by a contest-winning kid revealed that he and The Doctor are engaged in a prank war, filching one another's petty (and occasionally not so petty) possessions for no adequately explained reason.
* In ''Series/RedDwarf'' episode "Meltdown", he's a wax droid.
* Jor-El mentions in SupermanReturns that out of all Earth scientists, maybe Einstein is the only one who "understands".

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* The song "Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)" by Music/CountingCrows, which is about the guilt for his part in designing nuclear weapons.
* The song "Albert Einstein - Everything Is Relative" by Silicon Dreams, which is about, eh, every wrong trope they could apply, as already the title hints.

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* ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'':
** In one cartoon, a frustrated-looking Einstein is leaning on a blackboard where several incorrect versions of his Theory of Relativity are written, all with a wrong number in place of the 2. Behind him a maid has just cleaned his counter, and he turns as she says, "There we go, everything's squared away, all ''squaaaared'' away."
** In another cartoon, he and ThomasEdison are on ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}''. The third contestant (who has a score of negative-100, in comparison to the high scores of his two opponents), says, "Listen, I know the game is almost over, but just for the record, I don't think my buzzer was working properly."

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* He appears at the cover of one of the science books Sven looks at in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDCE73Stargazer'' alongside another one with Creator/StephenHawking.

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* He appears at The Creator/SteveMartin play ''Picasso At The Lapin Agile'', about an imagined meeting between Einstein and Creator/PabloPicasso.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': Dexter himself praises and cherishes Albert Einstein so much, he even has a poster of of him in his room.
* Like Dexter, fellow boy-genius [[TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]] admires Einstein. In one episode he was inspired to be a model hall monitor after finding out from his principal that Einstein was a hall monitor as a kid. It was later reviled that
the cover hall monitor that his principal was talking about was actually [[spoiler: the principal's sister, Eunice, who looks like Einstein.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', Einstein masqueraded as a Texan used car salesman named Big Al because the pay was better and he felt more accepted by the community.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', the Warners come to sell cookies to Einstein, and end up [[EurekaMoment inspiring him to write the Mass-Energy Conversion formula.]]
* [[InNameOnly But not]] ''WesternAnimation/LittleEinsteins''.
* Implied in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' that he stole the Relativity theory from someone named "Smith". It is implied he savagely beat poor Smith to death. He also beat up God to steal the secret
of Shrinky-Dinks.
* In
one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Plucky convinces Shirley to channel Einstein's genius into him so he can pass a hard math test. (Plucky doesn't find out until it's too late that Einstein ''flunked'' math in grade school, which Shirley tells him later.)
* One episode
of the science books Sven looks at cartoon ''The Mummy'' (a spin-off of Film/TheMummyTrilogy films) has Imhotep kidnap Einstein to help him decode the Scrolls of Thebes.

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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert'', Einstein builds a time machine shortly after UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and uses it to go back
in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDCE73Stargazer'' alongside another one time and [[strike: kill]] remove Adolf Hitler from time long before the war. [[AlternateHistory It worked]]. [[HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct Sort of]].
* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', set after the original time travel event, the Russians use a new time machine to erase Einstein in 1927, before the original time travel event, but after Einstein removed Hitler from time itself (1924).
* ''Videogame/{{Tropico}} 5'' features [[http://finalstage.es/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/abraham-zwestein-tropico-5.png Abraham Zweinstein]], a Central European physicist who flees to America and develops a new, terrible weapon.

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* In ''WebComic/TheUnspeakableVaultOfDoom'', Einstein was spared from becoming [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhoo's ]]snack because Nyarly had plans to use him on the Manhattan Project.

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* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'' features Einstein slinging verses
with Creator/StephenHawking.
9th Mar '16 1:22:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* The song "Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)" by CountingCrows, which is about the guilt for his part in designing nuclear weapons.

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* The song "Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)" by CountingCrows, Music/CountingCrows, which is about the guilt for his part in designing nuclear weapons.



* The Nicholas Roeg film ''Insignificance'', about the imaginary meeting of Einstein, MarilynMonroe, [[RedScare Sen. Joseph McCarthy]] and [=Joe DiMaggio=] in a hotel room. The characters are billed as The Professor, The Actress, The Senator and The Ballplayer: but it's not difficult to figure out who's who.

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* The Nicholas Roeg film ''Insignificance'', about the imaginary meeting of Einstein, MarilynMonroe, Creator/MarilynMonroe, [[RedScare Sen. Joseph McCarthy]] and [=Joe DiMaggio=] in a hotel room. The characters are billed as The Professor, The Actress, The Senator and The Ballplayer: but it's not difficult to figure out who's who.
25th Feb '16 12:31:06 AM matteste
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* He appears at the cover of one of the science books Sven looks at in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDCE73Stargazer'' alongside another one with Creator/StephenHawking.
13th Feb '16 9:25:46 PM NozzDogg
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* In ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' Albert Einstein, alongside Goddard and Tesla, built the first rocket ship and flew it to Mars. Later he built a long distance space ship and left the solar system entirely, becoming the only human to do so.
5th Feb '16 9:52:32 AM Morgenthaler
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->''"To punish me for my contempt of authority, [[BadassBoast Fate made me an authority myself!]]"''

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->''"To punish me for my contempt of authority, [[BadassBoast Fate made me an authority myself!]]"''
myself!"''
8th Jan '16 3:13:31 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* He was OneOfUs. The next time you feel bad because you're obsessed with a show, remember Einstein was a fan of the early 1950's TV puppet show and ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'' precursor ''Time for Beany'', which was a kids show heavy on ParentalBonus. He reputedly interrupted a high-level conference by announcing, "You will have to excuse me, gentlemen. It's ''Time for Beany''."

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* He was OneOfUs. The next time you feel bad because you're obsessed with a "kid's" show, remember Einstein was a fan of the early 1950's TV puppet show and ''WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil'' precursor ''Time for Beany'', which was a kids kid's show heavy on ParentalBonus. He reputedly interrupted a high-level conference by announcing, "You will have to excuse me, gentlemen. It's ''Time for Beany''."
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